Posted November 01, 2018 08:02:48 I was a bit bummed to say goodbye to the mouse.
The rodent’s demise was bittersweet, as its home at the farm, McNeill’s, was recently purchased by the city of Fort Myers.
But it was a fun and enjoyable ride.
I didn’t have to worry about any of the other mouse problems that had been plaguing the community, and I could enjoy my favorite food, which was shrimp pestos, for the first time in years.
I made a few small changes to my rat diet and I’m enjoying the new home.
And I’m still a fan of the mouse’s diet.
I’m going to have a lot of shrimp pestones, because they’re so easy to make, and the mouse can eat them.
I also have shrimp pasta that I can make for the mouse on weekends when it’s been at McNeills for too long.
For the past few weeks, I’ve been using my kitchen as a pest control station, because I know that when it comes to pest control there are so many different options.
I was able to find pest control mice, which are actually rodents that are also very friendly to humans.
They can be purchased in pet stores and online.
But I found that the mice are a lot cheaper than rats, and they also have the best diet.
In addition to shrimp pestoes, there are other items in the rat diet that the mouse will love.
The mouse’s favorite foods are chow mein, a stir fry made with chicken, and a dish of Chinese sausage called chow chow.
I love the flavor and texture of these dishes.
They’re the same thing in a bowl.
They are so good for the mice and their owners.
The chowmein is a little bit thicker than chicken, but I didn?t notice the difference in flavor until I tried it.
I don?t know about the mice, but they do seem to love Chinese sausage.
I like to make chowchow, the Chinese sausage with a chicken filling, and use it in my dish of chowmeat, as well.
The mice have also become my favorite pets.
I have a little mouse that I call the mouse king.
It’s a mouse that lives at McNeils.
It likes to live in the back, in the dining room, which is just so cute.
It just wants to play and play and be around other mice.
I call him the mouse queen because he?s so friendly.
It?s also a good pet for kids, because he’ll play with them and he?ll eat them, too.
You can’t make the mouse any happier than that.